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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with end organ:

3 syllables:
friend morgan,
scent organs,
friend gordon,
friend norman,
paired organs,
sense organs,
friend warren,
therefore can,
fresh portion,
greg norman,
nelle morton,
press norman,
therefore when,
czech foreign,
dense portion,
french horsemen,
french portion,
fresh foreign,
friend watson,
hedge foreign,
laird borden,
sex organs,
therefore an,
therefore on,
where foreign,
van doren,
french foreign,
hence foreign,
leonard dawson,
leonard gordon,
press organs,
sense foreign,
spend fortunes,
cousin morden,
friend anton,
glenn martin,
inform on,
judge morgan,
friend lawrence,
leonard warren


4 syllables:
hotel doorman,
janet morgan,
michele morgan,
excess portion,
percent argon,
content portion,
percent portion,
perfect organs,
access foreign,
any portion,
benny morton,
complex organs,
elder orson,
excess foreign,
expense portion,
express foreign,
henny porten,
jerry morgan,
peder borgen,
penny jordan,
repel foreign,
unfair foreign,
agent orange,
percent foreign,
prevent foreign,
recent foreign,
any foreign,
defense foreign,
dennis morgan,
elder morgan,
ellen morgan,
henry morgan,
kenneth morgan,
kevin morgan,
possess organs,
slender portion,
spencer morgan,
alain corbin,
alice morgan,
recent balkan,
suspend action,
uncle morgan,
urban portion,
depressed portion,
lester horton,
prevent horses,
select portion,
tendon organs


5 syllables:
reverend morgan,
reverend gordon,
reverend norman,
professor morgan,
dividend action,
dividend option,
reverend dodgson,
dividend warrant,
reverend lawrence


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